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The Abduction of Anastasia Adams: My last visit with Anastasia

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by FrugèGirls

This was sent to members of the Virginia legislature during the 2018 General Assembly. Their response (not all), or lack there of, shows how morally bankrupt Virginia government has truly become. Nothing has changed since.

“I am broken by the events over the last year culminating in the horrific death of my precious sister Anastasia.   My faith has been shaken to its core and faith in my fellow man no longer exists. I know we are told, or it is said, we should not question God but I awake each morning and go to sleep each night with the questions “God why did you let them kill Anna? Why did you allow them to isolate her and make her die alone?”  Every day and throughout the day I ask “why”? As I awake with these questions and the pain and sorrow that instantaneously come with the opening of my eyes, with the realization that my beloved sister Anastasia is no longer on this earth, my body is tense and ridged – sometimes to the point of shivering. I want to hide under the covers and not emerge. I know I cannot so each day begins with a heavy and weeping heart that remains with me until my body takes over and sleeps again however briefly.

I see the ever-present image of my sister Anastasia and what they did to her, how they tortured and tormented her. I see how her body collapsed into itself when they took away her food source and water. I see how her eyes void of moisture dulled and her eyelids stuck frozen mid-blink so the lower third of her left eye was exposed in a dull perpetual stare; and how the eyeball itself showed no moisture, dry like a dehydrated sunny side up egg – the yolk her pupil. I see my sister Anastasia trying to see me, her right eye frozen shut, her hands – so dehydrated – literally skin and bone, her body emaciated not even able to hold up her head.

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Remembering Anastasia Adams: Prevent Hospitals from Seeking Guardianship As Means 2 Override Patient Rights

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Inova Fairfax Hospital CMO Scott Betzelos, MD January 28, 2017 Meeting

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Dec 11, 2017 — It has been 23 days since my beloved and precious sister Anastasia was killed by Inova Fairfax Hospital and their designated guardians Anne Heishman and Kenneth Labowitz. I have been re-listening to various meetings and discussions with Inova physicians and others involved in her unnatural and untimely death.  I have been going over medical records and evidence sent to me by various individuals who did not agree with what Inova’s guardians were doing.  And since her death three words amongst other things have been prevalent in my mind… premeditated, homicide, and guilty.

During the January 28, 2017 meeting with Chief Medical Officer Scott Betzelos, MD, and Inova’s outside counsel Laurie Kirkland from Blankenship & Keith, PC, Inova was informed that I agreed with Anastasia’s discharge so why did Inova still pursue and take guardianship of Anastasia.  As you listen to the meeting with Scott Betzelos, MD, the discussion with Lindsey from Inova’s Palliative Care team, and read the records and notes written by Kelly Armstrong, PhD and the head of palliative care it brings certain things to light and bring the following questions to mind:

https://abductionofanastasia.files.wordpress.com/2017/12/cmo-betzelos-meeting-january-28-2017.mp3

“Pt is opioid naive” written by Mary Wheeler, NP, Inova Palliative Care Team. Naive: “not having previously been the subject of a scientific experiment, as an animal.” More

Statement From A Priest That Visited Anastasia #IsMyLifeWorthSaving

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Statement From A Priest That Visited Anastasia #IsMyLifeWorthSaving

by FrugèGirls

The guardian also wrote: “Ms. Adams executed an advanced medical directive in 2010, specifying that she did not want heroic measures used to extend her life.” Today in the US, providing food and water to a patient is a heroic measure?! Wow. This guardian is trying to justify his killing of Anastasia by starvation—or really, worse, by thirst. This man should be imprisoned.”

 

One of the priests that went to visit Anastasia after we were notified by Guardian Labowitz they were going to withdraw Anastasia’s nutrition and hydration provided a statement in response to the guardians assertion that I summoned a succession of people identifying themselves as priests. His quoted statement below says it all.

 

The guardian’s statement is hyperbolic and rings of resentment about having visitors to their patients. He wrote: “Ms. Bell summoned a succession of people identifying themselves as priests who appeared at the care facility during Wednesday night, well beyond visiting hours, to attend Ms. Adams, who they said was expected to die overnight. . . . Needless to say, these visitors created chaos among the on-site staff at the facility and for their supervisors attempting to sleep at home.”

Two priests visited—validly ordained Roman Catholic priests. That doesn’t make “a procession of people identifying themselves as priests.”

I believe the first was around 7:00 p.m.; I arrived at 9:30 p.m. Envoy’s website says that they are open 24 hours, 7 days a week. So, no one arrived “well beyond visiting hours.”

I arrived after the doors were locked, and an employee let me in. A nurse asked me who I was going to visit. I anointed Anastasia and left; the whole event took about three minutes. I didn’t knock on any doors, and I didn’t turn any lights on, and I whispered the prayers to Anastasia. So, there was no chaos concerning my visit; I doubt there was any with the earlier priest’s visit. Why would there be? Why would it be “needless to say, these visitors created chaos among the on-site staff at the facility and for their supervisors attempting to sleep at home.” This is not a credible claim, but it does expose the guardian’s animus toward anyone visiting Anastasia, whom he pretends to care about—another claim that lacks credibility. Why were the supervisors called at home? And what time do they go to bed that they would be rudely roused at 7:00 and 9:30 p.m.?

I never said that Anastasia “was expected to die overnight,” and I didn’t expect that she would. The guardian distorts the facts in his impatience with the idea that clergy were visiting Anastasia.

The guardian also wrote: “Ms. Adams executed an advanced medical directive in 2010, specifying that she did not want heroic measures used to extend her life.” Today in the US, providing food and water to a patient is a heroic measure?! Wow. This guardian is trying to justify his killing of Anastasia by starvation—or really, worse, by thirst. This man should be imprisoned.

FrugèGirls | November 16, 2017 at 6:15 am | Categories: Abduction of Anastasia | URL: https://wp.me/p8uGMx-kh
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The New #IsMyLifeWorthSaving

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The family has learned through the law firm that withdrawal of hydration and starvation was actually begun last Friday.

The Abduction of Anastasia Adams

Is my life worth less because I’m not as pretty ?  Aren’t we beyond judging people by how they look?  “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere” – MLK.  Of all the injustice I have ever seen the worst is the injustice of lack of access to health/medical care.  Would I have been in better shape?  Would people have treated me better had I had more money, wasn’t disabled, or maybe if I was as pretty as I used to be?  Would the healthcare system have treated me better?

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INOVA GATE Part 2: The Case Management Meeting

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Published on Nov 3, 2017

This trailer delves into a local well known hospital using guardianships to remove medicare and medicaid patients from their hospital. It also speaks to the Abduction of my sister Anastasia Adams by the same hospital in Northern Virginia.

 

 

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